He dwells on a cliff and stays there at night; a rocky crag is his stronghold.
"On the cliff he dwells and lodges, Upon the rocky crag, an inaccessible place.
It lives on the cliffs, making its home on a distant, rocky crag.
Perfectly at home on the high cliff-face, invulnerable on pinnacle and crag?
On the rock is his house, and on the mountain-top his strong place.
It lives on the rock and makes its home in the fastness of the rocky crag.
On the rocks it dwells and resides, On the crag of the rock and the stronghold.
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1 tn Heb “upon the tooth of a rock.”
2 tn The word could be taken as the predicate, but because of the conjunction it seems to be adding another description of the place of its nest.